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Electronics 3D Printing Part Three: Inkjet 3D Printing

In our previous articles in this series, we discussed the history leading up to the development of electronics 3D printing, as well as one of the two dominant methods for…

Polish Research Yields Innovative 3D Printed Energy Harvester

In ‘Pendulum base 3D printed electromagnetic energy harvester,’ researchers Krzysztof Adamski and Rafał Walczak from the Wrocław University of Science and Technology in Poland presented their findings after fabricating an…

Xerox’s Kevin Lewis on Their Metal Printing Technology

Xerox’s market entry in 3D printing was a muddled and confusing affair. A mention at an investor conference led to us realizing that the company had bought metal dripping startup…

Stratasys Increases Stake in Xaar 3D to 45%

For years I’ve been saying that the ideal combination of 3D printing methods would be the color options of inkjet combined with the low cost, durability, and toughness of FDM…

Interview with Johnson & Johnson’s Bioprinting Lead Orchid Garcia

Orchid Garcia is a Research Fellow and Lead for 3D Bioprinting and Tissue Regen Technologies at Johnson & Johnson. As Johnson & Johnson’s technical lead for bioprinting she is both…

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Oligomers for 3D Printing Inks & Resins

As more and more manufacturers look to replace traditional mass manufacturing processes with 3D printing, they are striving to create new, higher quality printing materials that overcome problems with deformation,…

Interview with Scott Schiller Global Head of Market Development at HP 3D Printing About Manufacturing Using 3D Printing

Scott Schiller is the Global Head of Market Development at HP. He’s also brilliant and has a long history of building HP businesses in Inkjet and digital press. HP is,…

3DPrint.com Interviews Experienced 3D Printing Executive and Metal 3D Printing Pioneer David Burns

Back in the 3D printing dark ages, 2005, David Burns joined ExOne to make manufacturing using 3D Printing a reality. In the ensuing thirteen years a lot of things have…

Xaar: Open Printheads for Developing Inkjet 3D Printing Technologies

Xaar is a Cambridge based company that makes many different kinds of inkjet head. It is also has invested in High Speed Sintering (HSS), the Factum machine both pioneered by…

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Up Your 3D Printing Game with Bomar Oligomers for 3D Printing Inks & Resins

3D printing uses additive manufacturing processes that use gradual creation or addition of materials to form an object. 3D printing is widely used for manufacturing prototypes in many industries, including…

Purdue Researchers Create Mini Shockwave with Custom Inkjet 3D Printer and Energetic Materials

If you’ve ever thought about the science behind how your car’s airbag deploys, you have energetic materials to thank for it. The materials in this class contain a high amount…

Xaar Focuses on 3D Printing Transforming from Prototyping to Volume Production

Back in 2015, Xaar, which is based in the UK and develops and manufactures inkjet technology and piezoelectric, drop-on-demand industrial printheads, jumped headfirst into the 3D printing world a year after…

POSTECH Research Team Publishes Paper on Single-Step Process for 3D Bioprinting Synthetic Skin

I remember teachers asking the question, “What is the largest human organ?” in class many years ago, and most kids shouted out incorrect guesses, like the stomach or the brain….

New ProJet MJP 2500 Series by 3D Systems Sets Out to Make Inkjet 3D Printing Accessible to All

Thanks to Andrea Barchi, COO at Selltek, one of 3D Systems’ leading distributors in Europe, I recently had a chance to view a beta version of the new ProJet 2500, released…

Plasma Printing Techniques Deposit Nanomaterials on Flexible Substrates

I distinctly remember taking a test in fifth grade science class in which I had to name the states of matter. I would have risked my tiny fifth grade reputation…

Chinese Company to Unveil First-Ever Desktop Inkjet 3D Printer Next Year

Just like inkjet printing ended up winning out within the desktop 2D printing space, I have been saying for a while now that ultimately the same thing will happen within…

Virginia Tech Creates a Binder Jetting 3D Printer That Fabricates Complex Copper Parts

Copper is a material that is used extensively throughout many major industries. Whether it is the construction industry, the manufacturing of machinery and electronic components, or even for household items…

Japan’s Mimaki Engineering Follows in HP’s Footsteps With Foray into 3D Printing Space

Back in October of last year, HP (Hewlett Packard) unveiled their Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology to the world. This unveiling marked the start of what many people feel…

Camtek’s Gryphon 3D Printer to Reduce Bottom Line While Increasing Productivity for PCB Manufacturing

In an effort to address the changing needs of one of their customer bases, that of PCB manufacturers, Camtek has been in the process of testing an innovative new 3D…